2007 Husch Anderson Valley Pinot Noir

13.9% alc., $23. · Enticing aromas of black cherries, fig, Provencal herbs and oak. A cherry bombast of moderate weight. Slightly creamy and easy to drink with fine grain tannins and a refreshing acid tang on the short finish. Consistently one of the best under $20 Pinot Noirs produced in California (full retail is $23, but it is often discounted in the retail market to $16.50-18.00). Good. Reviewed June 8, 2010

Winery: Husch Vineyards
From article: Anderson Noir Valley Pinot Festival: After the Smoke Clears